Workers picket across US, insider trading in Congress

Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos discuss a wave of labor strikes across the US, insider trading in Congress, and the Department of Defense’s response to climate change. Author Alex De Waal talks about his latest book, ‘New pandemics, Old politics: Two Hundred Years of War on Disease and its Alternatives’. … Read More >Workers picket across US, insider trading in Congress

On Contact: Trauma & Transformation in an American Prison, Part 2

In the second of a two-part interview, journalist Hugh Hamilton discusses with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Chris Hedges the role of race and poverty in mass incarceration, as chronicled in Hedges’ new book, ‘Our Class: Trauma and Transformation in an American Prison’. … Read More >On Contact: Trauma & Transformation in an American Prison, Part 2

Former Google ethical AI team co-lead Timnit Gebru exposes unethical AI by Google & Big Tech

On this special episode of Going Underground, we speak to the former co-leader of Google’s ethical AI team, Timnit Gebru, who is the co-founder of Black in AI. She discusses a toxic work culture within Google, where staff walkouts had occurred at the start of her tenure on the team, why she left what many would consider a dream job, the development of unethical AI by Google, unethical practices by other Big Tech companies such as Facebook and Amazon … Read More >Former Google ethical AI team co-lead Timnit Gebru exposes unethical AI by Google & Big Tech

Trauma & Transformation in an American Prison, Part 1

In part one of a two-part interview, journalist Hugh Hamilton discusses the saga of trauma and transformation in an American prison as chronicled in journalist Chris Hedges’ new book, ‘Our Class: Trauma and Transformation in an American Prison’. The US imprisons more of its people than any other country in the world. … Read More >Trauma & Transformation in an American Prison, Part 1

Myth of the debt ceiling, virtual learning profits, investing to change the world

Lee Camp exposes the truth about our ‘debt ceiling’. It’s an arbitrary, completely meaningless ‘limit’ that our government invents. In fact, it’s not even a useful indicator for any economic stressor facing the country. It’s simply a tool used by the rich to enforce austerity that hurts the poor. … Read More >Myth of the debt ceiling, virtual learning profits, investing to change the world

John Bolton challenged on Iran regime change, Afghanistan, US sanctions, bombing of Syria

On this special episode of Going Underground, we speak to 45th President of the United States Donald Trump’s former National Security Advisor John Bolton. He discusses the US withdrawal from Afghanistan under Joe Biden and what it means for the US’ position on the world stage and for Afghans, the rise of ISIS-K and the prospect of Afghanistan becoming a hotbed for terrorist groups again, his calls for a regime change campaign against Iran … Read More >John Bolton challenged on Iran regime change, Afghanistan, US sanctions, bombing of Syria

Why TV is failing Americans, US pays ridiculous prices for drugs, and the Teamsters’ pivotal election

Film critic Dennis Broe joins Lee Camp for a lively discussion on Redacted Tonight VIP. Broe is a film critic who is well-known for analyzing the cultural impact of films, rather than providing surface-level criticism. They discuss the failures of series like ‘Space Force’, ‘House of Cards’, and ‘The Morning Show’. … Read More >Why TV is failing Americans, US pays ridiculous prices for drugs, and the Teamsters’ pivotal election